Day: April 2, 2018

IoT wireless temperature humidity sensor product

Long Range IoT Wireless Temperature Humidity Sensor Product Manual

Overview Features Industrial Grade Sensor with Range 0 to 100% RH / -25°C [-13°F] to 85°C [185°F]) Resolution 0.04% RH/0.025°C Accuracy 4% RH/ 0.5°C 2 Mile Range with On-Board Antenna Superior LOS Range of up to 28 miles with High-Gain Antennas Interface to Raspberry Pi, Microsoft Azure, Arduino and More Example Software for Visual Studio and LabVIEW Wireless Mesh Networking using DigiMesh® 256 Sensor Node per Network Open Communication Protocol for custom interfacing applications Small Form Factor Wireless Sensor (3×3 inch) Two modes of Operation Configuration mode for Sensor and X-bee Settings Factory Default Option using combination of hardware buttons

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MXNET Quick Start Guide

IntroductionWho Is Qualified to Use the MirX Series?How do the MirX Series Controllers Work?Order of OperationsLearning CycleUsage CycleGetting StartedNOTICE:Hardware ReferencePower RequirementsTemperature RequirementsBreak-Away TabsUnderstanding InputsWarningBeacon/Smart Mode JumperBeacon ModeSmart ModeBeacon vs. Smart Mode ComparisonUnderstanding RelaysControlling RelaysWiring RelaysRelay LogicUsing Relays to Create Logical ConditionsMirX EthernetHow Ethernet Mirror Modules WorkJumper SettingsSmart Mode SettingConnection Options—Default SettingsOption 1 – Connect DirectlyOption 2 – Connection through Internet with NCD Mirror ServerQuick Setup for Direct Connection (no Internet required)Quick Setup for Internet ConnectionMirX Ethernet ConfigurationNCD Base Station SoftwareMirror Server SetupSetting up your own Mirror ServerSuggestion:Advanced ConfigurationAdvanced SetupElectrical SpecificationsTroubleshootingBusy LED does not FlashController is Running HOTRelays Turn Off Unexpectedly

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Using Node Red to Control the MCP23008

Relay control simplified If you haven’t already, make sure to go through the setup tutorial. Once you’ve finished that we’re ready to go! The MCP23008 is a Integrated port expander that controls eight I/O channels through the I2C bus. This is one of our favorite chips to get started with, it is simple to use, and provides some great interactive feedback through the I/O so you can see your project working very quickly. Naturally, when we decided to start building libraries for Node-Red, this was the first product we grabbed. We manufacture dozens of boards that utilize this chip, you can

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Node Red and Products

Build In the spirit of making hardware more accessible, we’ve had our noses to the grindstone building new functionality for our favorite IoT UI, Node-Red. If you’ve never heard of it, check it out here. If you haven’t used this amazing tool yet, get ready for a treat! Node-Red is a flow-based programming tool that lends itself extremely well to IoT, and comes preloaded with enough functionality to play with that you can easily burn an entire day experimenting. If you are already familiar with Node-Red and how to get it up and running, you can skip this tutorial, just know that

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